Thales UK is expanding its work in the eVTOL domain, pursuing a range of projects related to air traffic control, cybersecurity, communications, and more.
The OCEAN12 project’s objective is to ensure that new sensor systems for future mobility concepts consume up to 90 percent less power than today’s systems.
Clean Sky researchers in Europe are exploring several technologies which could potentially find applications in the eVTOL domain.
New 3D displays being developed for automotive applications could eventually find their way onto tomorrow’s eVTOL air taxis.
Bell Helicopter, Karem Aircraft, and Jaunt Air Mobility are all using Price Cost Analytics to predict life cycle costs for their eVTOL air taxis.
Already active in the development of autonomous cars, FLIR Systems thinks its sensors could prove useful for eVTOL aircraft, too.